Letter to the Tax Office / Inland Revenue Department clarifying the original intention of purchase of a self-use property and why it should be exempted from tax.
The letter is addressed to the Commissioner of Taxation/Tax Office/ Tax Bureau/ Inland Revenue Department. The sender is writing to clarify the intention of purchase of a self-use property and why it should therefore be exempted from tax. Through the letter, the sender essentially makes it clear through an explanation that when the property was acquired the motive was for long term self-use rather than for reasons of profit/profit-seeking incentives. As such, any gains that are made from the disposal of the property are justified by the fact that the gains are capital in nature. Documentary evidence can be attached to substantiate this claim.
This document can be used to draft a letter to the Tax Office following a letter enquiring about the disposal of property to clarify the intention of self-use. The user should make clear the original intention of purchase, thereby clarifying that the property was acquired for self-use purposes rather than for profit-seeking motives. Explanations as to the circumstances should follow to substantiate the claim and clarify why the property should be exempt from tax. Users should also attach documentary evidence for consideration.
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Commissioner of Taxation,
Inland Revenue Department,
capital gain tax,
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